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Encouraging metacognition : supporting learners through metacognitive teaching strategies

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Educational psychology New York, N.Y. ; v. 12, P. Lang, New York, p.183 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1590.3 .K655 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9515437

Keywords:

learning, Metacognition, Psychology of, Thought and thinking--Study and teaching

Abstract:

Contents: Metacognition: a bit of theory -- The language of thinking: creating a metacognitive vocabulary in the classroom -- Thinking aloud -- Thinking journals -- Thinking with mnemonics -- Thinking maps -- Thinking as a reader -- Meta Q: thinking with questioning -- Meta-S: thinking while studying -- Thinking actively: more metacognitive strategies -- Appendix A: Thinking as a learner: best practices -- Appendix B: Thinking as a learner: self-monitoring checkbric -- Appendix C: Thinking as a learner: metacognitive rubric.

Publication Language:

eng